Canon PIXMA MG5220 Wireless Setup
Canon PIXMA MG5220 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-in-One Printer with Copier and Scanner
PIXMA MG5220 is an advanced All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Photo Printer with a compact and stylish design that offers the fantastic combination of performance and comfort for your home printing needs.
The Canon MG5220 All-In-One starts from the built-in Wi-Fi which allows you to print and scan virtually any room of your home wirelessly plus the ability to write photos directly from your compatible iPhone, iPod touch, and Android device.
Thanks to the 1pl ink droplets and five individual ink tank systems, the MG5220 lets you produce maximum 9600 x 2400 dpi color print resolution to print beautiful borderless photos up to 8.5″ x 11″ or crisp documents of outstanding quality while enjoying ease when changing the color ink you need only.
Want to print photos from HD movies? That does not matter; the new Full HD Movie Print tool lets you turn your favorite HD movie clip into beautiful prints!
Not only that, but built-in Auto Duplex Printing also allows you to print quickly on both sides of the paper without having to reverse it manually. This fantastic feature can help reduce your paper consumption by up to 50% so you can save money and help the environment simultaneously.
Before printing, you can preview images on a 2.4-inch LCD while Auto Photo Fix II automatically corrects your photos. Likewise, Auto Document Fix automatically provides you with advanced image analysis and area-by-area data correction for easy-to-read text, and images that preserve color and contrast.
While Auto Scan Mode will also automatically recognize the original type, you used to scan, then scan and save it to the most suitable settings.
Want to print without a computer? Enjoy the flexibility of free photo printing from a machine via a compatible memory card, PictBridge, USB Flash Memory Drives, and optional Bluetooth devices.
Canon MG5220 Wireless Assistance
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Initial Wi-Fi setup
Setting up additional computers using Wi-Fi
Re-establishing Printer Connection After A Network Change
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